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by Godzilla » Fri Jul 27, 2018 2:59 pm

Missions Impossible Fallout - 9/10

Brilliant film and easily the best in the series. Exciting plot that keeps moving forward. Henry Cavil is magnificent and much like Chris Evans in Sunshine shows he is capable of more than comic book movies.

Very well made and at times almost has a Nolan vibe to it.

Some excellent music and the action being none cgi means that edge of the seat moments are frequent and so well done.

Highly recommend.

Would love to director to direct something for Marvel or DC as his action scenes, particularly the bathroom fight are perfectly filmed.

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by Vermilion » Sat Jul 28, 2018 7:27 pm

Peter Rabbit

8/10

Really good fun, with likeable characters (the animals were also beautifully animated) and an enjoyable story.

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by Frank » Sat Jul 28, 2018 7:39 pm

Finally got round to watching Early Man last night. It's always strange watching animated films and trying to pick out the voice actors - Most of the top billed cast you can't actually recognise (Tom Hiddleston sounds like Ewan Mcgregor in Beauty and the Beast, and Maisie Williams just sounds... odd). Spotted Mr Weasley, though :shifty:

It's a really good film, too. It's got a great sense of humour. I'm still chuckling at the "Take him away, and kill him. Slowly" scene thinking about it now. And the giant duck :slol:

There's a few obviously CGI-enhanced scenes, but I'm so glad Aardman have gone back to claymation as their main form of animation. There's a lot of character to the fingerprint-marked models.

Best film about football I've ever watched.

★★★★☆

Also watched Chicago earlier. How did this win best picture? :shifty: It's got some good songs, though, and staging the songs almost as scenes playing out in Roxie's imagination was clever. Richard Gere has such a strange singing voice, though :slol:

Better than Mamma Mia. But that isn't saying much.

★★★☆☆

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by floydfreak » Sat Jul 28, 2018 8:08 pm

Tomb Raider (2018) - 6/10

Am i the only one who got the feeling they had seen it before? I mean the bit with the Tomb opening was very similar to Raiders Of The Last Ark.

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by Yubel » Sat Jul 28, 2018 9:03 pm

Black Panther.

Killmonger - in regards to his personal motive and beliefs - makes him one of the more compelling villains in the MCU. The third act felt a bit bloated though (could've easily cut Everett's escapades in the ship) and I was disappointed to see Ulysses (Andy Serkis' character) go out the way that he did.

Overall it's more great Marvel shenanigans, enhanced by particularly compelling conflict/drama which make it a cut above many others.

8/10

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by Squinty » Sat Jul 28, 2018 10:07 pm

Grand Budapest Hotel - 7/10

I liked it, but it didn't ever reach that point where it blew my mind.

I liked how stylised the film was, the little animated sequences were kind of cool. Ralph Fiennes was superb as always. Saiorse Ronan has a beautiful accent.

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by RichardUK » Sun Jul 29, 2018 1:19 am

The King’s Choice

I watch and enjoy a lot of World War II films but this one was very different because it was from the perspective of Norway which made it very interesting

8/10

Another Mothers Son

Like above but based in Jersey and follows a true story, very moving and emotional

9/10

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by Tragic Magic » Sun Jul 29, 2018 3:04 am

I watched a movie. It was called fanny drifters. With pudsy wet and sliding over curved schlongs, reminiscent of tight drifting corner's

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by Oblomov Boblomov » Sun Jul 29, 2018 3:49 am

Was it any good?

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by Moggy » Sun Jul 29, 2018 8:13 am

Tragic Magic wrote:I watched a movie. It was called fanny drifters. With pudsy wet and sliding over curved schlongs, reminiscent of tight drifting corner's


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by KjGarly » Sun Jul 29, 2018 1:07 pm

Tragic Magic wrote:I watched a movie. It was called fanny drifters. With pudsy wet and sliding over curved schlongs, reminiscent of tight drifting corner's


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by No:1 Final Fantasy Fan » Sun Jul 29, 2018 1:10 pm

Godzilla wrote:Missions Impossible Fallout - 9/10

Brilliant film and easily the best in the series. Exciting plot that keeps moving forward. Henry Cavil is magnificent and much like Chris Evans in Sunshine shows he is capable of more than comic book movies.

Very well made and at times almost has a Nolan vibe to it.

Some excellent music and the action being none cgi means that edge of the seat moments are frequent and so well done.

Highly recommend.

Would love to director to direct something for Marvel or DC as his action scenes, particularly the bathroom fight are perfectly filmed.


Saw this last night I felt it just dragged on for too long. Henry Cavill was so emotionless and didn't add anything to the character imo.
7/10

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PostRe: Last film you watched and your rating
by still » Sun Jul 29, 2018 6:24 pm

All is Lost. 8 out of 10.

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by Moggy » Sun Jul 29, 2018 6:48 pm

No:1 Final Fantasy Fan wrote:
Godzilla wrote:Missions Impossible Fallout - 9/10

Brilliant film and easily the best in the series. Exciting plot that keeps moving forward. Henry Cavil is magnificent and much like Chris Evans in Sunshine shows he is capable of more than comic book movies.

Very well made and at times almost has a Nolan vibe to it.

Some excellent music and the action being none cgi means that edge of the seat moments are frequent and so well done.

Highly recommend.

Would love to director to direct something for Marvel or DC as his action scenes, particularly the bathroom fight are perfectly filmed.


Saw this last night I felt it just dragged on for too long. Henry Cavill was so emotionless and didn't add anything to the character imo.
7/10


How was his ‘tache though?

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by mcjihge2 » Sun Jul 29, 2018 7:10 pm

Moggy wrote:
No:1 Final Fantasy Fan wrote:
Godzilla wrote:Missions Impossible Fallout - 9/10

Brilliant film and easily the best in the series. Exciting plot that keeps moving forward. Henry Cavil is magnificent and much like Chris Evans in Sunshine shows he is capable of more than comic book movies.

Very well made and at times almost has a Nolan vibe to it.

Some excellent music and the action being none cgi means that edge of the seat moments are frequent and so well done.

Highly recommend.

Would love to director to direct something for Marvel or DC as his action scenes, particularly the bathroom fight are perfectly filmed.


Saw this last night I felt it just dragged on for too long. Henry Cavill was so emotionless and didn't add anything to the character imo.
7/10


How was his ‘tache though?


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by Rubix » Sun Jul 29, 2018 7:23 pm

The incredibles 2 - 8/10

As good as the first. Focused more on elastagirlthis time around and Jac-Jac gets plenty of air time.
Comedy aimed at all ages, I can’t see anyone watching it without laughing once.

Good film

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PostRe: Last film you watched and your rating
by satriales » Mon Jul 30, 2018 9:02 am

Mission Impossible: Fallout

Went into this almost completely blind. All I remember from the trailer is a shot of a helicopter about to crash into a truck. Turns out that wasn't even in the film.
Also a bit annoying that they show spoilers of all the action scenes during the opening credits, had to look away for a minute.

The film itself is very well made with some nice ideas and twists, and really well-shot action set-pieces.
Maybe not quite as good as the hype suggests, but still a very decent action film.

8/10

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PostRe: Last film you watched and your rating
by Zartan » Mon Jul 30, 2018 10:10 am

floydfreak wrote:Tomb Raider (2018) - 6/10

Am i the only one who got the feeling they had seen it before? I mean the bit with the Tomb opening was very similar to Raiders Of The Last Ark.


Nah I said whilst watching it was very Indiana Jonesy, which is understandable. I mean the whole book part is straight Last Crusade

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by Jenuall » Mon Jul 30, 2018 12:32 pm

Empire Strikes Back - 9/10

My introduction of the kids to Star Wars continued last night as we watched Empire and I'm pleased to say that they enjoyed this much more than A New Hope! :toot:

It's not hard to see why either, this really is a much better film that Episode IV in pretty much every way with the biggest improvement almost certainly being the pacing. There is a really well honed rhythm to this film that ensures it doesn't fall into the same pitfalls of dull-ness as the original did. Empire manages to ensure that at pretty much all times something of note is happening in terms of either action, character or story.

It still looks great for the most part as well, although annoyingly it seems that the only versions of these films available online now are the ones where Lucas shat CGI all over them so there were a few moments that looked ropier than they did back in the day.

The kids enjoyed it a lot but obviously it is a darker movie than the first so there was the odd unsettling moment for them. Hopefully the Ewoks in RoTJ will cheer them up again! :lol:

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by Mafro » Mon Jul 30, 2018 3:52 pm

Godzilla (2014)

Liked this less than the first time I watched it a few years ago. Killing off Bryan Cranston's character so early was dumb when he really should have been the main character rather than Aaron Taylor-Johnson's generic military bro. Maybe I was in an irritable mood when I watched it, but literally every single scene focusing on children is gooseberry fool. Every one involving the main character's creepy-looking little boy who looks like he's straight from a demonic posession horror film. The child who gets separated from his parents then immediately isn't really bothered. The strawberry floating STUPID tsunami scene where a ton of folk are presumably drowned but god forbid the little girl dies so let have her and her dad escape into a building with amazing watertight glass windows and doors. Wish that stupid little dog from that pointless scene died too.

All the Godzilla scenes are great though and the one when he first uses his atomic breath is just Image https://youtu.be/Q38rI-t4o2A?t=73 I know a lot of people didn't like the lack of Godzilla in this film but I didn't mind, and I really liked how most of the time he's filmed from the human's point of view since it really helps to get over the scale of the thing. [7]

Kong: Skull Island

First time I've seen this. Was expecting it to have a similar vibe to Godzilla but was surprised by how light hearted it all was and by some of the comedy deaths. Tom Hiddleston's character seemed pretty pointless and his role in the story could have easily just been Toby Kebell's character. Like Cranston in Godzilla, seeing John Goodman killed off so early was a bit annoying. Had no idea John C. Reilley was in this so that was a nice surprise and his character was exactly what I expected :lol: I liked how Kong's design was less silverback and more human-like. Those other monsters just looked like generic video game designs though. [6.5]

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